Relformaide Dictionary:Morpheme lexicon/D–F

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Relformaide morpheme lexicon

Table format: A–ChD–FG–JK–LM–OP–RST–Z

List format: A–ChD–FG–JK–LM–OP–RST–Z

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  • Relformaide Dictionary:Morpheme lexicon/A–Ch
  • Relformaide Dictionary:Morpheme lexicon/D–F
  • Relformaide Dictionary:Morpheme lexicon/G–J
  • Relformaide Dictionary:Morpheme lexicon/K–L
  • Relformaide Dictionary:Morpheme lexicon/M–O
  • Relformaide Dictionary:Morpheme lexicon/P–R
  • Relformaide Dictionary:Morpheme lexicon/S
  • Relformaide Dictionary:Morpheme lexicon/T–Z

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Total number of morphemes on this page: 264
Root Table From IPA Meaning Gloss
dábur Roots/dábur Hebrew daː.buːɹ hornet
dahal Roots/dahal Swahili dæ.hal debate
daibut Roots/daibut English
French
deɪ.buːt debut
début
introduce
premiere
introduction
daisen Roots/daisen Romanian deɪ.sən whether
dáluv Roots/dáluv Tagalog daː.luːv storm surge
tidal wave
damspel Roots/damspel Swedish
Dutch
German
dæm.spɛl checkers
draughts
danz Roots/danz English dænz dance
dapon Roots/dapon Swahili
Galician
Spanish
da.pon suppose
assume
theory
hypothesis
assumption
if it should happen
supposing
supposing that
suppose that
what if
dasabut Roots/dasabut Georgian dæ.sæ.but justify
vindicate
warrant
justification
vindication
dashin Roots/dashin English dæ.ʃiːn dasheen
taro
dasmol Roots/dasmol Greek dæs.mol tariff
daukter Roots/daukter English dɑk.tə doctor
dauler Roots/dauler English dɔː.lɛɹ dollar
daulfin Roots/daulfin English dɒl.fɪn dolphin
daunload Roots/daunload English daʊn.loʊd download
dauruz Roots/dauruz Swahili
Arabic
dɔ.ɹuːz classroom
class
daustan Roots/daustan Croatian
Macedonian
Serbian
dɔs.tæn sufficient
enough
dáyut Roots/dáyut Arabic daː.jut cuckold
wittol
cuckoldress
cuckquean
dégol Roots/dégol Latin deɪ.gol spend time
pass time
degoul Roots/degoul French də.gʊl trickle
deikot Roots/deikot Northern Sami deɪ.ɪ.kot interpret
interpretation
deim Roots/deim Vaeakau-Taumako deɪ.ɪm nipple
deiz Roots/deiz Latin
Spanish
deɪ.ɪz ten plus number
multiple of ten plus number
10 + n
10x + n
-ty
10.ADTV
dêklair Roots/dêklair English
French
Spanish
Portuguese
Latin
diː.kleɪɹ declare
state
declaration
statement
dékoar Roots/dékoar English deɪ.koʊɹ decorate
furnish
delit Roots/delit Slovene
Czech
Slovak
dɛ.lɪt share
deltaf Roots/deltaf English dɛl.tæf toga
demel Roots/demel Hebrew
French
Spanish
Venetian
Interlingue
Portuguese
Catalan
Galician
Breton
Romansch
dɛ.mɛl honey
demokraz Roots/demokraz English
Greek
Ancient Greek
dɛ.mə.kɹæz democracy
democratic
den Roots/den French
Spanish
Portuguese
dɛn of
associated with
déoz Roots/déoz Greek deɪ.oz awe
depuid Roots/depuid French dɛ.pwɪd since
deput Roots/deput English
Ido
Romanian
dɛ.puːt deputy
der Roots/der French
Spanish
Portuguese
dɛɹ of
belonging to
désol Roots/désol French deɪ.sol sorry
regretful
mournful
apologetic
mourn
destin Roots/destin English
French
dɛs.tɪn destiny
fate
desul Roots/desul dɛ.sul dim
dim bulb
deuvam Roots/deuvam dju.væm dozen
dêvelop Roots/dêvelop English
Ido
di.vɛl.əp develop
dévoy Roots/dévoy French deɪ.voj corrupt
immoral
crook
devrim Roots/devrim Turkish dɛv.ɹɪm revolution
dey Roots/dey Latin deɪ ten
10
dez Roots/dez French
Spanish
dɛz say
dîabeat Roots/dîabeat English
Ancient Greek
daɪ.ə.biːt diabetes
díem Roots/díem Latin diː.ɛm day
daytime
diesk Roots/diesk English
French
disk disc
disk
floppy disk
compact disc
CD
CD-ROM
LP disc
gramophone disc
record
dieskoav Roots/dieskoav English dis.koʊv disco
díev Roots/díev French
Spanish
diː.ɛv God
Lord
deity
idol
dignit Roots/dignit English
French
dɪg.nɪt dignity
díhust Roots/díhust Hiligaynon diː.hust haphazard
unplanned
dijit Roots/dijit English dɪ.dʒɪt digital
digi-
dilab Roots/dilab Latin dɪ.læb dissolve
dissolution
dílug Roots/dílug Wardaman diː.luːg possum
Phalangeriforme
dîmenshaun Roots/dîmenshaun English daɪ.mɛn.ʃən dimension
dimuz Roots/dimuz dɪ.muːz worship
adore
venerate
reverence
idolise
idolize
idolatry
adoration
veneration
díner Roots/díner Spanish diː.nɛɹ money
cash
currency
reserves
finance
dingon Roots/dingon English
Dharug
dɪŋ.gon dingo
dînosaur Roots/dînosaur English daɪ.nə.sɔɹ dinosaur
diósiez Roots/diósiez English dɪ.oː.siːz diocese
Holy See
díov Roots/díov Manchu diː.ov sacrifice
diplom Roots/diplom English
Spanish
Ancient Greek
dɪ.plom diploma
degree
dîrekind Roots/dîrekind English
French
Estonian
daɪ.ɹɛ.kɪnd directive
disain Roots/disain dɪ.seɪn design
plan
disen Roots/disen Spanish
Catalan
dɪ.sɛn design
plan
disẽrv Roots/disẽrv Norman
English
dɪ.sɝv deserve
merit
reward
disid Roots/disid English dɪ.sɪd dissident
anti-establishment
ditim Roots/ditim dɪ.tɪm time of day
daypart
díuv Roots/díuv Vietnamese diː.uv kite
divẽrz Roots/divẽrz English
French
Latin
dɪ.vɝz diverse
various
assorted
motley
sundry
heterogeneous
wide
wide-ranging
variety
motley crew
divor Roots/divor Hebrew dɪ.voɹ bee
drone
queen
divr Roots/divr Breton
Cornish
dɪ.vɹ migrate
migration
doabran Roots/doabran Scottish Gaelic
Irish
doʊ.bɹæn otter
doal Roots/doal Spanish doʊl hurt
injure
damage
injury
pain
doamub Roots/doamub doʊ.mub bed
doarm Roots/doarm Latin doʊɹm sleep
asleep
doavan Roots/doavan Latgalian doʊ.væn award
reward
award ceremony
doaxim Roots/doaxim doʊk.sɪm dangerous
perilous
hazardous
threatening
menacing
danger
hazard
threat
menace
dolashum Roots/dolashum Turkish do.lɑ.ʃum circulatory
circulatory system
dolch Roots/dolch Welsh doltʃ thank
thanks
thank you
dolit Roots/dolit Northern Sami do.lɪt confiscate
seize
confiscation
dolz Roots/dolz Venetian dolz sweet
confectionery
candy
sweetie-pie
Dómen Roots/Dómen Latin doː.mɛn Lord
dorchal Roots/dorchal Latin doɹ.tʃæl antelope
dorimb Roots/dorimb Old Assamese
Assamese
Bengali
do.ɹɪmb grenade
dorit Roots/dorit do.ɹɪt ear
dosel Roots/dosel Latin do.sɛl teach
lecture
doshũr Roots/doshũr Egyptian do.ʃɝ flamingo
dosíen Roots/dosíen do.siː.ɛn teacher
educator
lecturer
doslivr Roots/doslivr do.slɪ.vɹ textbook
coursebook
dost Roots/dost Czech
Slovak
Polish
Russian
dost get
obtain
acquire
fetch
acquisition
doulap Roots/doulap Greek dʊ.læp cupboard
closet
cabinet
doyen Roots/doyen French do.jɛn dean
dragaun Roots/dragaun English
French
Spanish
dɹæ.gɔn dragon
dram Roots/dram English dɹaːm dramatic
histrionic
drama
drama king
drama queen
dran Roots/dran Lojban dɹæn right
correct
proper
valid
acceptable
right answer
draut Roots/draut English dɹaʊt dry
scorched
drauven Roots/drauven dɹɔː.vɛn raisin
drev Roots/drev Czech dɹɛv wood
dril Roots/dril English dɹɪl drill
bore
drilling
droal Roots/droal French dɹoʊl funny
amusing
comical
comic
humorous
hilarious
uproarious
droll
goofy
loony
silly
farcical
comedy
farce
joke
goofball
goof
droit Roots/droit French dɹɔɪt straight
drúven Roots/drúven Dutch
Danish
Norwegian
Swedish
dɹuː.vɛn grape
dual Roots/dual Kazakh dwal fence
dúbim Roots/dúbim Hebrew duː.bɪm bear
dúbit Roots/dúbit Ido
Interlingue
Italian
Latin
duː.bɪt doubt
dubitate
dudaum Roots/dudaum du.dɔm pulse
beat
heartbeat
duek Roots/duek Acehnese dwɛk sit
sit down
have a seat
take a seat
float
duer Roots/duer Norman dwɛɹ love
adore
cherish
romance
dugaung Roots/dugaung English
Tagalog
du.gɒŋ dugong
duim Roots/duim English dwɪm bore
duist Roots/duist Dutch dwɪst obscure
mysterious
arcane
esoteric
recondite
shadowy
mystery
cipher
duk Roots/duk English duːk duke
duchess
dúlan Roots/dúlan Tagalog duː.lan play
stage play
script
dumal Roots/dumal Swahili du.mal cheetah
dusal Roots/dusal Mongolian du.sæl drop
dusprosit Roots/dusprosit Ancient Greek dus.pɹo.sɪt dysprosium
dúzel Roots/dúzel Russian duː.zɛl perfume
fragrance
duzelt Roots/duzelt Turkish du.zɛlt upgrade
eand Roots/eand Walloon iːnd tool
instrument
TOOL
eask Roots/eask Basque
Spanish
iːsk left
east Roots/east English iːst east
eb Roots/eb French ɛb baby
newborn
nascent suffix
NASC
ékran Roots/ékran French eɪ.kɹan screen
monitor
ékuid Roots/ékuid Spanish
Portuguese
eɪ.kwɪd echidna
ékuin Roots/ékuin Latin
English
eɪ.kwɪn horse
stallion
stud
filly
colt
eld Roots/eld English
Middle English
ɛld old
antique
vintage
old person
elder
eldery
senior
oldster
êlekter Roots/êlekter English
Latin
Ancient Greek
Estonian
ɪ.lɛk.tɛɹ electric
electric device
electro-
element Roots/element English ɛ.lɛ.mɛnt element
élog Roots/élog Hungarian eɪ.log face
side
surface
visage
foreside
cover
front page
main page
front
fore
élúdez Roots/élúdez eɪ.luː.dɛz spell
spell out
spelling
élúskrib Roots/élúskrib eɪ.luː.skɹib spell
spell out
spelling
orthography
orthographic
élut Roots/élut Tamil eɪ.luːt letter (of alphabet)
emek Roots/emek Tamasheq ɛ.mɛk with
by (means of)
via
way
manner
method
means
procedure
-wise
instrumental case marker
INSTR
emrauld Roots/emrauld English ɛm.ɹɔld emerald
enũrj Roots/enũrj English
Hindi
ɛ.nɚdʒ energy
episoad Roots/episoad English ɛ.pɪ.soʊd episode
installment
ẽrgim Roots/ẽrgim Latin ɝ.gɪm because of
thanks to
due to
on account of
resulting from
so
because
therefore
thus
hence
ergo
consequently
as a result
that's why
cause
reason
causal case marker
CSL
eriv Roots/eriv English
Greek
ɛ.ɹɪv put out
extinguish
quench
turn off
switch out
erase
delete
wipe
wipe away
rub out
wash away
wash out
remove
take out
deprive
erasure
deletion
wiping
removal
purge
riddance
deprivation
privative case marker
PRIV
esaim Roots/esaim French ɛ.seɪm swarm
esan Roots/esan Estonian
Finnish
ɛ.sæn that
esaun Roots/esaun Estonian
Finnish
ɛ.sɔn yon
esekutiv Roots/esekutiv English ɛ.sɛ.ku.tɪv executive
exec
esel Roots/esel Hungarian ɛ.sɛl possible
probable
maybe
perhaps
possibly
probably
perchance
peradventure
may
might
potential mood marker
probability mood marker
dubitative marker
POT
PROB
DUBIT
esen Roots/esen Estonian
Finnish
ɛ.sɛn thing
object
item
éshub Roots/éshub Island Carib eɪ.ʃub knife
esim Roots/esim Mongolian ɛ.sɪm cell
unit
grain
speck
particle
bit
crumb
smallest amount
iota
jot
modicum
esin Roots/esin Estonian
Finnish
ɛ.sɪn this
eskạrg Roots/eskạrg French ɛs.kaɹg snail
eskel Roots/eskel Turkish
Azerbaijani
ɛs.kɛl dock
pier
wharf
quay
jetty
mooring
moorage
eskoart Roots/eskoart English
French
ɛs.koʊɹt escort
eskol Roots/eskol Portuguese
Galician
Catalan
ɛs.kol school
learning institution
eskom Roots/eskom Ido
Spanish
ɛs.kom trash
garbage
rubbish
refuse
junk
waste material
worthless
useless
scum
low-life
second-rate
jerk
slob
eskuiv Roots/eskuiv Spanish
Portuguese
Catalan
French
ɛs.kwɪv absent without leave
AWOL
hooky
truant
eskũr Roots/eskũr Ido ɛs.kɝ squirrel
esoab Roots/esoab ɛ.soʊb noun
esom Roots/esom Yoruba ɛ.som fruit
esper Roots/esper French
Spanish
ɛs.pɛəɹ hope
espieg Roots/espieg French
German
Low German
ɛs.piːg mischievous
impish
troublesome
cheeky
prankster
imp
rascal
brat
espoal Roots/espoal ɛs.poʊl category
class
type
sort
kind
genre
esprend Roots/esprend ɛs.pɹɛnd extract
draw out
pull out
take out
estroadinair Roots/estroadinair English ɛs.tɹoʊ.dɪ.nəɹ extraordinary
eusom Roots/eusom Spanish
Portuguese
Old Irish
ju.som least
minority
NEG.SUPER
êvaulv Roots/êvaulv English i.vɔlv evolve
évit Roots/évit French eɪ.vɪt avoid
evade
dodge
eschew
shun
keep away
stay away
evasion
lest
for fear of
aversive case marker
evitative case marker
AVE
EVIT
exan Roots/exan English
Greek
ɛk.san quintillion
fálaif Roots/fálaif Norman
French
Portuguese
faː.leɪf cliff
falkaun Roots/falkaun English fæl.kən falcon
fáloav Roots/fáloav Samoan faː.loʊv bread
fam Roots/fam English
Latin
faːm famous
famed
celebrated
well-known
renowned
celebrity
fạntaz Roots/fạntaz English fæn.təz fantasy
fanur Roots/fanur Tauya fæ.nuɹ foo
placeholder root
demonstrative root
FOO
fáser Roots/fáser German faː.səɹ fibre
fásil Roots/fásil French faː.sɪl easy
simple
fásin Roots/fásin Latin
Italian
faː.sin tape
band
ribbon
fásit Roots/fásit faː.sɪt fabric
textile
faung Roots/faung Catalan
English
Latin
fʌŋ fungus
faurang Roots/faurang Greek
Ancient Greek
fɔ.ɹæŋ ravine
trench
gorge
faurisk Roots/faurisk English
Russian
fɔ.ɹɪsk fudge
fausand Roots/fausand Norwegian Nynorsk fɔ.sænd flow violently
burst banks
security breach
data breach
fausen Roots/fausen Latin fɔ.sɛn porpoise
fausil Roots/fausil English
French
Latin
fɒ.səl fossil
fazol Roots/fazol Maltese
Polish
Romanian
fa.zol bean
fend Roots/fend Ido
French
Old French
fɛnd tear
tear apart
rip (up)
scar
shred
rend
fensel Roots/fensel Norwegian fɛn.sɛl jail
prison
slammer
fest Roots/fest English
French
fɛst celebrate
celebration
feast
party
festivity
festival
feuēl Roots/feuēl English fjuː.əl fuel
petroleum
gas
fiálov Roots/fiálov Czech
Slovak
fi.aː.lov violet
fídel Roots/fídel Latin
English
fiː.dɛl trust
count on
rely on
fíem Roots/fíem Dangme fiː.ɛm article
entry
film Roots/film English
French
fɪlm film
movie
motion picture
flick
fim Roots/fim Portuguese fiːm end
finish
conclude
wrap up
conclusion
finale
swan song
last bow
over
done
dismissed
finished
through
bow out
wrap
finor Roots/finor Irish fɪ.noɹ mite
acarid
finot Roots/finot Norman fɪ.not fussy
persnickety
pernickety
fuddy-duddy
picky
choosy
nitpicky
pedantic
fastidious
finicky
exacting
anal-retentive
nitpicker
nitpick
cavil
quibble
fíont Roots/fíont Irish fiː.ont risk
chance
fiōvíom Roots/fiōvíom fɪ.o.viː.om iodine
fisan Roots/fisan Swahili fɪ.sæn hyena
fisik Roots/fisik English
French
Latin
Ancient Greek
fɪ.sɪk physics
fisot Roots/fisot fɪ.sot until the end
till the end
to the end
to death
till death
to exhaustion
like a boss
committed
fisũr Roots/fisũr French fɪ.sɝ crack
flâm Roots/flâm English
French
Spanish
fleɪm fire
blaze
flasak Roots/flasak Greek flæ.sak flash memory
flauv Roots/flauv Latin flɔv yellow
fleg Roots/fleg German flɛg care
care for
look after
take care
take care of
deal with
nurse
attend
attend to
brood
flenz Roots/flenz Icelandic flɛnz flu
influenza
cold
fler Roots/fler Latin flɛɹ cry
weep
sob
shed tears
flev Roots/flev Greek flɛv vein
flitz Roots/flitz German flɪtz scuttle
scurry
whiz
flíuv Roots/flíuv Norman fliː.uːv flour
floh Roots/floh German floː flea
floit Roots/floit Finnish flɔɪt recorder
flúdrol Roots/flúdrol fluː.dɹol river
stream
creek
flúdróvin Roots/flúdróvin fluː.dɹoː.vɪn riverbed
flũr Roots/flũr French flɝ flower
blossom
bloom
fluy Roots/fluy Spanish fluː flow
flux
run
foab Roots/foab English
Greek
foʊb fear
dread
scare
frighten
harrow
afraid
scared
fearful
frightened
timorous
phobia
foaraskoap Roots/foaraskoap foʊ.ɹæ.skoʊp stethoscope
foarax Roots/foarax Greek
English
foʊ.ɹæks chest
foarest Roots/foarest English foʊ.ɹɛst forest
foarfal Roots/foarfal West Frisian foʊɹ.fal opportunity
chance
foarnik Roots/foarnik English
Latin
foʊɹ.nɪk fornicate
fornication
foart Roots/foart French foʊɹt strong
fort
herculean
Hercules
Herk
fohũr Roots/fohũr fo.hɝ lip-sync
lip-synch
lip sync
lip synch
foin Roots/foin French fɔɪn hay
foitajal Roots/foitajal fɔɪ.tæ.dʒal rollercoaster
foital Roots/foital Ancient Greek fɔɪ.tal seesaw
back and forth
to and fro
here and there
fólek Roots/fólek Scottish Gaelic
Spanish
foː.lɛk vest
undershirt
fólen Roots/fólen Danish
Norwegian
foː.lɛn emotion
feeling
reaction
sensation
feels
fólin Roots/fólin Latin fo.lɪn leaf
folk Roots/folk English folk folk
fon Roots/fon English
Ancient Greek
fon voice
sound
audio
noise
phone
foneal Roots/foneal fo.nɪəl sound machine
phone
telephone
dial
form Roots/form English foɹm form
shape
fosten Roots/fosten Swedish
Norwegian
Danish
Faroese
Icelandic
Old Norse
fos.tɛn foetus
embryo
fetal
fótov Roots/fótov English foː.tov photograph
photo
fouf Roots/fouf French fʊf genitalia
reproductive organ
privates
private parts
four Roots/four French fʊɹ fur
foushel Roots/foushel Venetian
Italian
fʊ.ʃɛl straw
stalk
fouskal Roots/fouskal Greek fʊ.skaːl blister
foust Roots/foust Greek
Romanian
fʊst skirt
frájair Roots/frájair Latin
Icelandic
fɹaː.dʒeɪɹ strawberry
framzer Roots/framzer Romanian
Croatian
Breton
fɹam.zɛɹ weather
frásog Roots/frásog Old Norse fɹaː.sog narrate
relate
recount
narration
fraul Roots/fraul German fɹɔl spouse
husband
wife
married
fream Roots/fream Romanian fɹiːm riot
revolt
rebellion
outbreak
uproar
uprising
tumult
mutiny
rebel
frémin Roots/frémin Norman fɹeɪ.mɪn ant
fried Roots/fried German fɹiːd pacify
soothe
assuage
calm down
subside
abate
allay
placate
pacifying
frihon Roots/frihon Chamorro fɹɪ.hoːn wit
pleasantry
anecdote
jest
frisbý Roots/frisbý English fɹɪs.bi frisbee
frod Roots/frod Dutch fɹod early
early bird
froditim Roots/froditim fɹo.dɪ.tɪm morning
frogevim Roots/frogevim fɹo.gɛ.vɪm breakfast
frómaj Roots/frómaj French fɹoː.madʒ cheese
fronochim Roots/fronochim fɹo.no.tʃɪm evening
eventide
frosk Roots/frosk Icelandic
Faroese
Old English
fɹosk frog
tadpole
hop
frosp Roots/frosp Icelandic
Faroese
Italian
Sicilian
fɹosp toad
tadpole
cantankerous
cranky
crotchety
frot Roots/frot Spanish
French
fɹoːt rub
fuet Roots/fuet Catalan
French
Norman
fwɛt whip
whipping
fuilom Roots/fuilom English
Middle English
Old English
fwɪ.lom future
future tense
fuiwob Roots/fuiwob fwɪ.wob in the future
in future
in due course
in due time
in time to come
soon
eventually
fum Roots/fum Latin fuːm smoke
fũrn Roots/fũrn Istriot
Neapolitan
fɝn oven
furnace
fushil Roots/fushil English
Persian
fu.ʃɪl fuchsia
futbol Roots/futbol Spanish
English
fut.bol football
soccer
fúyor Roots/fúyor Japanese fuː.joɹ alimony